Pay less for the 1st six months!! Take advantage and only $400 for the first six months. Set in the "Paris End" of Keilor Road, this spacious 2 bedroom apartment has everything you could possibly need, right at your door. Surrounded by some of the finest restaurants and cafes, such as 400 Gradi (literally at your doorstep), Hey Jude, Parisian Bakery and "The Linc", all just a stroll or quick tram ride away. The property itself is set on the corner of the building, offering uninterrupted views of Keilor Road and a clear view of the City skyline and an abundance of natural sunlight. Other features include: - 2 spacious bedrooms - Master with ensuite - Modern main bathroom - Open plan living - Modern kitchen with stainless steel appliances and dishwasher. - Split System Heating & Cooling - Secure underground car park and storage cage The 59 Tram will ferry you along Keilor Road and onto the Essendon Train station, or right into the CBD, if you wish. With Keilor Rd, the restaurant & café mecca of the North West, you will be spoilt for choice and the envy of all your friends. Take advantage of the fantastic opportunity. Register NOW to view. Please note, in light of concerns regarding COVID 19 contamination, Virtual Inspections will be offered. Available from 24th March 2020.
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